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Morocco's RAM increases frequency of domestic flights

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Morocco's flag carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has increased as of Monday the frequency of its domestic flights, with nine flights per week on the Casablanca-Dakhla route and a domestic network including 12 connections and 45 frequencies per week, the company announced in a press release.

RAM which is gradually strengthening its offer on domestic flights which resumed on June 25, will ensure from this Monday nine frequencies per week on the Casablanca-Dakhla route instead of seven and one frequency per day on the Casablanca-Agadir route, instead of four frequencies per week.

RAM will also increase frequency of the Casablanca-Oujda connection which passes from three to five frequencies per week, the press release says, adding that the program of domestic flights now includes twelve regular connections operated at the rate of 45 frequencies per week.

Thus, eight routes connecting Casablanca to other cities of the Kingdom have been scheduled. These are Casablanca-Dakhla (9 frequencies per week), Casablanca-Laayoune (7 frequencies per week), Casablanca-Oujda (5 frequencies per week), Casablanca-Agadir (7 frequencies per week), Casablanca-Errachidia ( 2 frequencies per week), Casablanca- Ouarzazate (3 frequencies per week), Casablanca-Tetouan (2 frequencies per week) and Casablanca-El Hoceima (2 frequencies per week).

Also, four lines connecting towns and cities have been programmed. They mainly concern Agadir-Laayoune, Agadir-Dakhla, Laayoune-Dakhla and Tetouan-El Hoceima with 2 frequencies per week.

This program may evolve gradually, the source notes, adding that the company is mobilized to adapt it in real time according to demand.

In addition, and in accordance with the recommendations of public authorities and international standards, RAM has adopted health precautionary measures to safeguard the health and safety of its customers and staff.

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